What were food prices like in the 1960s?
They were about 1/5 to 1/4 of what they are today. You could get a complete meal at a diner for $1.30 and could get a steak at a steak house for $6.00. You could get a small one-topping pizza for $1.00.
How do you find prices of First Day of Issue Covers 1950s-1960s without paying 60 dollars and what are the general prices of 1950s-1960s FDCs?
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Economics are involved in every part in food prices. The main source of rising food prices is usually fuel prices. The agriculture industry uses fuel in everything from tractors to trucks shipping goods across the country. As fuel prices go up, so does the cost to create "food". Since the profit margin on food is already minimal, price of food must go up anytime there is a rise in cost to manufacture.
No, and that stinks cause I don't really have to much money! and their food is like beyond expensive! And i wanted to bring a back pack with food so i could save money! But no you cant have the people there either need to lower the prices or let you bring food in! But you can bring drinks like gatorade.